The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 2, 1930 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 2, 1930
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Executive , Cornstalk Bond Paper Made From Cornstalks White or Gold en TICK CO. SOTiD. Drug, Inc., Gets Well Known Chemical Company. 50c Per Box Tribune Sl'ILM-'O TH1" HKAXS. l'rcil' Kiiso of Windfall Had citing I'xpeticncc. : TO KMJRCK l'L.A'XT. Kx- Kcmp Iti-others to Uuild' Addith to Kuki Factory. Krcd Kelso of Windfall had an •xi-itiii?? experience retnrninK New York, May 2, —A. H. Diebold, president of Drug, Inc., luis announced that negotiations have been concluded whereby Drug, Inc., would acquire the business and assets of Vick Chemical Company. The transaction was authorized by the directors of Vick, a special meeting of whose stockholders is being called to authorize the sale. Vick Chemical Company will receive 456,000 shares of the capital stock of Drug, Inc.* which will be distributed to Vick stockholders at 57-100 shart of Drug for each share of Vick. The Vick Chemical Company is the successor to the business of thai name founded by Lunsford Richardson.. Its principal product is Vick's Vapo-Rub. The company has plants in Philadelphia and Greensboro, N. C. Drug, Inc., through its snbsidi- ! arieg, is a . large manufacturer and distributer of drug store merchandise. It owns and oper- i ates the Louis K. LiggeTT Com- j pany, a retail chain, and has a ! controlling interest in Boots ! Pure Drug Company, Ltd., which ! owns and operates 860 retail drug stores in Great Britain. Its snb- I 1 - |.sidiaries own some of the be=st- known brands and trade-marked from Kt /komo Wednesday nighty, where he been attending to husiiips:'. matters, and it eudeil in: at their Kuknnio • factory, more his automobile taking the ditch: room is needed and they will and striking a pole. He jwa.s! erect an addition to their packing bruised slightly but not seriously department on North Lordemann bur.'. • I ' ; street in Kokomo. On account of the largo in crease in the demand for Sun | products. Ray the bottled tomato juice j A new Vick Chemical Company manufactured by Kemp Brothers j -vi11 '>e organized to carry on the Whil<< in Koliomo- Mr. Kelso piirehnsoii several articles, •tables and noticed the they were of the car. sack with was them a bag of vegi while driving along sack was open and spilling cn the lioor He endeavored to right the with one hand.while driving the other and in a twinklin? in the ditch. . The oar was damaged buL he- was able to dri\e it home u^ider its own power. The addition will have a floor space of 13.200 square feet and will be used for warehouse purposes. Work on the excavations for the foundation have already started. The Kemp Brothers are former Tipton residents being bflrn and reared here. Charles and Ralph j Kenip reside at Frankfort and Walter Kemp at Kokomo. business as a division of Drug, IIK:.. and the transaction will not. involve any change in ' executive personnel of Vick, it was announced, H. S. Richardson, "chairman of Vick, wilj be added to the board of Drug, Inc. CONFIRMATION* IIAV. Will Be Sunday For the Lutheran Catechumen - Class. Phone r .01) for taxi service! best prices. Fred Losey. Visited Fair ('rounds. and; K0NJ0LA ENDS FOUR YEARS OF ILL HEALTH Disorders of Stomach and, Lat'ardo. one of the well known drivers and trainers of (his section, visited the Tipton fairgrounds Thursday afternoon, this being his first trip there for several weeks. Mr. LaGarde lias been ill with pneumonia sii|"e the latter, part of February and at times his condition was so critical that little hopes were expressed for his recovery. Ke is very weak, but believes if nice weather continues he will soon be Kidneys Disappear Quick ly When Lady Uses New, 1 " 1 * in ,,is <>1 " ^" m " The • orm ? r , j ' trainer and driver of Mortknight Sunday the Catechumen classl |of Emanuel Lutheran | -church j will be confirmed. The members | of ithe class have been thoroughly | instructed in (he chief doctrines j of ithe Christian religion and are j prepared to make public eonfes- ! sion of their Lord Jesus Christ. I Upon such confession? it is the custom of the Lutheran church to confer upon the confessors the privjlcgo of receiving their first cominunion. ,Thc members of -the Catechumen class are: Calvin CTrTmine, Juanita Piel, Florence Rode and communion for the confirmands and other members of the church will be celebrated the following Sunday. ! Remedy. •it received a warm welcome at the grounds from the horsemen with whom he has been associated for a number of years. XOT1CI" TO DEMOCRATS OF JACKSON TOWNSHIP MRS. OKKXN ALM'X "For four years 1 suffere a ion of disorders Mrs, Glenn Allen. Lincoln.j ana. j near Kokomo. .. "Fin, was 'compelled to give np my position as postmistress, because of ill health. My food would . As it is impossible to see all Democrats personally, I tak» this minus-nf calling your attention to the fact that I am a candidate for assessor of Jackson township. Tnanking you in advance for any support given me, I remain, Respectfully yours, P-1S1 ' AV. A. FIPPEN. MAY START POURING Test Made to See if Ground Was In. Condition. -\ Methodists Elect. 1 with said In'di- llly I lot di- At the meeting of the Kokomo district of. Methodist churches held in Kokonto, Wednesday, Dr. L. C. iBenlley of Kokomo was elected president. Dr. John C. i White.. Tipton, 1st yice-presideut. Rev. Lowell Wilson of 'Windfall. Est. but .would become, souir, and' secretary and Rev. Ben Kendall I woiild,belch up bitter fluidk rest was seldom unbroken Ijecause of kidney and bladder trouble.; Dizzy spells and severe headaches. Mire daily occurrences, and iiiyi condition grew worse each day. i "I had read quite a nun ber or the indorsements of Konjo a. and I decided to g.ive it a trial. Right i away I noticed a change. 1 began, to regain my appetite, atid the, i 'r.od started to do me good. I' first few bottles I began to. feel i gained in weight, and after the : new energy surge .through i y whole body. My health troubks disappeared as if by magic, and, sleepless nights, -dizzv spells, indigestion, and that tirr;d feeling are thlings of the past. If only I; had used this wonderful n edic.iie in the first place!" Konjola, the new and -d iff i.-.nt' medicine, is a systematic treatment taken after meals. Quickly , Kpnjoiaigdes to the .sourc' .;Of.,thp; j aiimeuts.^c'leansing-: aiid 'in rigoi'at- j i'ng thet ailing organs, and giving abundant and glorious hei ilth. . ;Konjola is sold in Tiptcni ind., sit James Mood 's drug ate re, and[ by-all the best druggists in alii towns throughout this.entire sec-! tion, My I of Kokomo, treasurer. Coming Home Sunday. Fred Wright, residing in the Hobhs community, who was { op-: erated for appendicitis at the Mercy -hospital'in Elwood some time ago, is making a splendid recovery. Sunday the Loathcrman ambulance will bring him to his home the attending physician stating his condition was very satisfactory. :M» FOR SALE Beautiful ?650 Schaff Bros. Player Piano, like tvew. fully .guaranteed; pay balance duo, &2$5;- at only. $10,. pqr niojith; •write- and- give Teferfehces; •Jy'jo will let' you- know- "where- t.h'8 plaver can be seen. Address CI. SHIRLEY Box 113. Kokomo, 1 ltd. Tests were being made Friday to ascertain whether or not pouring of cement could "Tie resumed at the east, end of the Hub Highway through -the Shortle . farm. Pouring was .stopped for the reason that although the ground appeared dry enough on top, .the trucks cut ruts ahead of the mixer which interfered with following the specifications. The contractor released his men until Monday morning, but if the ground is found all right pouring may be resumed Saturday, as the contractor is just as anxious to complete this work as the residents are to see it completed. • : . .. The West Jefferson street road has beeti closed. ATLANTA GIRL HONORED. Miss Margaret Snyder Elected to Phi Kappa Phi. Indianapolis, May 2.—M,iss Margaret Snyder of Atlanta, is one of fourteen students to be elected to Phi Kappa Phi, national scholastic honorary fraternity at Butler university hero recently- This fraternity takes only those with the highest scholarship average for their entire four years of college work. In addition to' the scholastic requirement!; the chara-cter and activity of the students are also carefully con? sidered. Miss Snyder is a member of Kappa Beta, ..Sorority and the Zoologleal'tjlub.: •Vis'.; - v Ckxnutalk Bond station ejy (paper mad« from corn stalks) consular sise, packed in boxes, 50c each. Tribune Press. tf , t -. • • _ fSHB TIPTON DAIIJT THIS-JriS EXPECTING GOO 11 GAME. Merchants Will Meet IiidiniKtpo- lis Grays at Park Sunday. j - On the staff j year are Mundell, Witty ! and Goodnight, all well Baseball fans will have an opportunity of witnessing a real ball game at the Tipton park diamond Sunday afternoon when the Merchants open the season. The game, will be called at 2:30 and Manager R. \V. Simpson states that the Merchants will show good form at the opener, every player being ready for the contest. Manager Simpson ' announces some fast teams booked for the season and all games will be played at home. ; of pitchers this Lentz ' l known I iwirlc-rs. Lankford vjill do the J iiaikstopping. Lewellen will play ; shortstop, Haas 2nd base, .Biltz j ".id base, Newkirk, right field, j Johnson, -center field, Baumgart- j nor. 1st base and S. Biltz' left | field and captain. Werline and ; Hear will also be'given a chance. in short stop position and in left, i field respectively in the opening j i game. •'.!'! | The management is making an j i effort to furnish • baseball . fans I i ' . i j with some real entertainment in ! good clean sport and are expect- • 'ins a good crowd at the opening. Judge Mount Orders Many ' Ditch Renorts Piled by Middle of May. HEIRSHIP CASE IS ON Prepare for Japan-U. S. Flight (Left to right) Charles F.- Rocheville, pilot, and Theodore S. Lundgren, co-pilot and navigator, standing before their peculiarly-designed "flying wing" monoplane in which they will soon attempt to fly from Japan to the United States. Previous to this flight, however^ they will make ,an assault on; the non-refuelingj endurance flight mark now held \by, German aviators, j (International NewarMl) Love Fashions a Fatal Triangle Edward Keller and Mrs. Henry • Keller, of Newark, N. J., wife of his brother, who committed suicide after he learned that his wife and brother wei> in love with each other and were ar- - I ' ; Heiress — Newsboy in Canada oss ol family'and; . _. . Charles Pratt Huntington, mil-. lionaire" architect of New. .Yorlt, arrives at St. John, N.B., wit(i • her husband, Cecil Aldrcd- Dur-. ban,, ncwjttoy of. ; . Folkestone, 1 , .'.;).i .ft". ". '-j losrtteiarmly objections.' Dur-' an, formerly, delivered -:ncwfe papers at the 1 Huntingtqn home in England. • He say* he hopei to fin J'a. job in Toronto, Can. 1 , where the : couple intend to settle. | . <lnt«rn»tlon»l N*wirtll;< ranging a 'divorce so that they could be married.] The husband killed himself by' inhaling gas and left a written message in which he described his hatred for both his wife and brother. (International Newsre *lJ ; .When Judge .C.'W. Mount 'convenes the ^ May'-Term • of Court Monday morning of next week, bis docket will be the lightest it has 'been.for l several terms of court, there being but 55 civil actions; and three criminal cases' pendiniy, which have not \'>ecn tried. Seventeen cases are pending -which have been tried, hut cannot: be closed out for the reason .that,,they are being held up on account of the sale of real estate by commissioners or trustees.: • , I During the February term, which closed Friday 54 civil cases were disposed of and thirteen criminal actions were tried,"leaving but three "State cases'ie" : docket. These are State Vs. Louks, before Special Judge Joe Cripe; •• State Vs. Moorman' for forgery and State Vs. Bastor on aj charge of rape. ' - ! During the term final' reports) in 1G estates were approved -by the Court and the estates 'finally' closed. Seventeen new estates were opened during the term and^ six final reports have been tiled f but have -not been presented for approval by the Court. During 'the February term six new ! guardianships were, created and final reports werc|.submitted by three guardians ] fov approval. In the juvenile section of the Court two cases were-disposer] of these being the one against Mrs. i Eva Cast for contributing to the dclimiuency of a minor in "which a conviction was made by a jury and the other a charge of .contributing to the ddliiutucucy 'of her daughter' against Mrs. Pearl I Sea m. ' . ''•"-. During'the May term,of Court Judge Mount will be at Anderson, and Xeweastle as special judge in cases set for trial in those courts and he lias arranged -his docket; here so that Court can' be I ..... held by special judges during his absence.. : : Of the 55 cases which will be pending on the civil docket when the May term opens Monday -It originated in-this - county . and eight are here on ;a change of yenlie from other, counties. - HOOI' l>,\M.YGKI>. I"iriy at llomi- of John "Decki'i- on Xoiih Main Slrcft I-'riday. Fire ill the roof of I lie .'.residence of .Air. and Mrs. John 'Deck-' cr on North Main,' street Friday morning about 9: SO'-.did considerable damage to. the roof which- is fully covered by insurance. The property is owned by Charles W. Ramsay. A noticeable incident in connection with the fire was that persons who visited the fire, kept at a good distance from the house as was v requested* by the fire department Some time ago. Chief Losey says be wishes to thank the people for complying' with this request. A test run was made Thursday night and at that time there Was no crowding to the scene of the supppsed .'blaze. Remove Tumor. darn, . the 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Thomas Woods of North Mill street, was operated at the St. Vincent hospital Friday morning for the removal of a tumor growing at the base of her tongue. The girl came through the operation in splendid, manner reported to be getting along nicely.. Tho parents and Dr. A. E. Burkhardt were present when the operation was performed. ... Lost Truck Uccnse. • •i* Thursday whilo erecting .a sign noar Tipton for;tlve Ydung & Mason Arm one of the .license. plates front the Virgil Whisler - light truck was lost on the road. The ownpr j will- have t° procure, an; other plate unless the lost one is found and returned: SNAPS WELTS CRUSHERS EOMBURGS $1 .50 -$4 .50 |!ERE are Hats you'll ad* * mire for their style., their eclor and their • workmanship. As con-.plercehts to the grey suits we offer various shades of this color in every: wanted shape. The Boston Store (A Home Owned Store for 74 Years) 1'R.AIRIK IS I'.VrivKi'J). Slate ('(iiiiniaiuli-i Here. Tipton County School Atlilelrs to I'articifpa.te at Kokomo. Kokomo, Ind., May -.—Seventeen teams. represented by more than 250 athletes., will participate in the Fifth Annual running." of the Kokomo He-lays here Saturday. Coach Chester Hill lias announced. • The teams entered'are: Shortridge, of Inili'iiiapolts; Muiieie.. Technical of Iiidianapolis. Newcastle. 'Manual of Indianapolis. Alexandria. Warren Central. Anderson. Wabash.' Brazil. jMariou, No-i blesvilie. Washingt 'in.' of [iidi .iu- ajiolis. Prairie Twp.; Sheridan.. Shelbyville and Kokcmio. Seven events for i individuals will be the luti yards dash', hiidi hurdles, low hurdles, broad jump., 'high .jump, pole'vault! and' shot: put. ' Five relay eve jits w.ill lie; 880 yards. 1,500 yards, medley: l'221). -Ill), SNP. and mile) Middle- distance Medley (4'lo.. Sup, 1 in. Sti(i) and a. football shuttle rate. ' The. football race j is a new. event but has proeed popular in thaften teams linve i -nt i -icd. Tie- race will lie run the length of tie- gridiron with the end zones being, used as touch zones. Ituniiers; may wear track clothes bin must ; have.on football shoes and :•. football will be used instead of a ba-| ton. . I A special match race between the winner .of the century dash! and an automobile at H'O yards will climax the day of speed- events. Ivan Funua of Brazil is a heavy favorite to win the event and he has indicated he will ac-' cept the invitation to test his: speed against the machine. ; l-'-u-i-est Harness. Slate ('<>m- .iiKiuder of the American l.ej-li.m was here Friday attending ! to lnatt-r-i in the, Tipton Cirilnit court and gr 'Tting local Iegiinn- i naiiT.-- and other friends. ("<i>ni- mauil- r Harness will lie one of the sp'-akors at the lii'-; I.egi m m <'eti:iir iif the Ninth district to be l:.;-iu hen June 12. i Hes physical training exhibit at gym, Friday, 7:30 p. m.; 10c admission. c-|s| De Luxe ring" binders, and style or size. Tribune Press. W A LLP A_P/E R .-l-O I'ATTKRXS AT Sl'Kl I.\I. I-RII KS 1)1 KING M\y REXALL DRUG STORE (Mi; ON TKAl Iv Chestnut HARD COAL the Tiling lor Kli>o«|er Sli»vrs rtione 5.-;. lit'i.'Hii.iirr A to; Market at Leathermau's, Satur-; nay, by Loyal Workers of Al- .br'ight; p-lSl Have You Did you read about the man who killed himself the other d'ay on account of a, lost collar button? Don't take any chances! We have them from 10c to $2.50. Jewelry atnd Optical Co. Diana Theatre Tonight and Tomorrow (Tomorrow M.-itinee —: l.">) Admission: 10c and 25c. WARNER BAXTER in The Arizona Kid See this liaiiil.soiiie caballrro tijibt his way to-love. Our of the best "pox Movie/one mrlo- draitias j-"U: ever >aiv. Itotter tlmii "The Star Kiiiii^-r." Wniner Baxter at lii.» best. AIsev"Tar2an the Tiger" and One Reel of Fun COMING SUNDAY and MONDAY Hen* Thry Are AKnin, Folk*: The Cohens and Kellys in Seolland" With, the Swim- Kunnj; r»lr, .'." t*IUrl»>y Murrw- / Also OonMdy and H«wi - - ' i • •1.

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